mith wrote:It's probable but I believe that's not the problem for them, if they want to stay with green livery, because it's traditional British racing color. This special shade of green even has it's own name - British Racing Green (actually I read somewhere, Lotus is not using exactly this shade but quite similar one).
Go to your automotive paint suppliers and see how many different shades of British racing green there are on the color charts , then check between the different paint manufacturers .
While you are at it , also check for Lotus racing green......
Traditional BRG is not a singular color, as I discovered when restoring a '67 Elan